When it comes to the original song category, the Golden Globes voters tend to be a little less predictable in their choices than the Oscars -- and, say some veteran observers, a little more attracted…
Sure, 2001 was a banner year for Hollywood films abroad, but it was also a memorable period for the indigenous film industries in a host of markets including Japan, South Korea, France, Spain and…
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. may be most recognized for its annual star-filled Golden Globes ceremony, but the org also has a solid reputation in philanthropic circles, thanks to its annual…
Although memories of the tight security and dressed-down celebrities from the Emmys are still fresh in attendees' minds, the organizers of the 59th Golden Globes hope their event's normal gala…
This year's Golden Globes TV acting nominees are not short on star power, but once again several newcomers made the cut, demonstrating the popularity they and their shows enjoy overseas.
If there's one thing the Golden Globes have over the Oscars, it's the fact that the after-parties are one-stop hopping affairs. Minutes after the ceremony ends, guests are already at the spot of…
Oscar did a little mail bonding this week. On Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and accounting firm Pricewaterhouse
Copenhagen-based sales outfit, Nordisk Film Intl. has picked up the first two features from Denmark's Moonlight Film Production, including Danish director Bille August's "A Song for Martin," for…
Danish director Helle Joof's feature debut, "Shake it all About," scored 19 award nominations including film, director, script, actor and actress at the Danish Film Academy Wednesday.
Knud Bjørne-Larsen, managing director of Norway's Telenor Vision, will replace Thomas Gunnerud as CEO of Filmparken, the state-owned studios at Jar outside Oslo, aka Jollywood.
Move over Superman and Spider-Man, Hollywood has a new superhero. Oscar, showbiz's golden boy, made his debut Wednesday as the Acadunveiled the 2002 Academy Awards commemorative poster.